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Announcements, April 29, 2016

Dear CrossPointe, This Sunday we’ll be in Daniel 2, in which Daniel interprets the king’s dream. It’s an incredible and intense scene where God once again miraculously provides for and preserves his people. This time, he works through the prayers and boldness of his people to be the means by which he provides. And then he uses the dream (which he gave t...

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Announcements, April 22, 2016

Dear CrossPointe, This Sunday we begin a new series through the Old Testament book of Daniel. When people think of Daniel, they often think of the lions’ den or mysterious visions that dominate the second half of the book. As a result, it is tempting to focus on Daniel’s heroism or various end-times views. But when we do that we miss the larger point of the bo...

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Announcements, April 15, 2016

Dear CrossPointe, The pastors were greatly blessed by our trip to Louisville and Together for the Gospel. (I think they’ll be uploading videos of all the messages online soon. You can find them here!) As much as we enjoyed singing and hearing the Gospel with 10,000 other pastors, we’re even more eager to worship with you this Sunday at CrossPointe. Will Hawk ...

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Announcements, April 8, 2016

Dear CrossPointe, This Sunday we’ll be in Matthew 11:28–30, where Jesus invites the heavy-laden to come to Him for rest. My hope is that this text and Jesus’ words to us will be a great encouragement for weary souls. Take some time read the text before Sunday and ask the Lord to do wonderful things among us. Also, this upcoming week (April 11–15) ...

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Announcements, April 1, 2016

Dear CrossPointe, What a glorious Resurrection Sunday we had last week. The Lord is good! This Sunday I will preach about the importance of what we are doing when we gather together for worship each week. In short, I want to help us have a good theology of worship as a church family. Now, when we use the word 'worship,' we should be careful to say that all of life is wor...

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